Abuse of Power by Officials in the Criminal Justice System

Crimes and abuse of power by officials in the criminal justice system have several victims in Canada. One type of victim is the family of the victim, who sometimes may be called the “victim’s family”.

Abuse of power by officials in the criminal justice system

By law, the victims have a right to report crimes or abuse of power by officials in the criminal justice system. This could be civil as well as criminal justice crimes. But in reality, many victims of crimes are victims of domestic violence, like the four women who were brutally murdered in Mesa, Arizona.

These murders happened in tents, tents without heating, and harsh conditions. This article will examine cases in Tucson, Arizona where the victim’s family has complained of abuse of power by officials in the criminal justice system. Some of the victims that have complained of abuse of power by officials in the criminal justice system include Beatrice Norwood, age 31, who was violently killed in 2020.

First, some background information on Beatrice Norwood. Beatrice and her two-year-old son, who was named EJ, lived in the Prescott Valley in the southeastern part of Arizona. Beatrice earned a living selling baked goods, but had difficulties managing her business.

She also was the head of a church. She spoke with a young lady who said she was speaking with God and would help her find her religion. This young lady eventually left that church and went her own way. Beatrice had become troubled by the situation.

The woman then called Beatrice’s ex-husband, who told Beatrice that her son had disappeared, and she did not know where he was. She then called Norwood’s parents, and the police were notified.

Beatrice tried to contact her son through a service provider that she believed to be her son’s guardian angel. The service provider informed Beatrice that her son was not responding to phone calls. Beatrice has a son of her own. Beatrice immediately called the Prescott Valley police.

When she arrived at the police station, Beatrice was told that she could not talk to Beatrice because she had no rights. According to Beatrice, this was one of the most oppressive and horrendous crimes committed by an official in the criminal justice system. Beatrice’s parents tried to contact officials to see if they could do anything about it.

But, officials refused to consider this as an abuse of power by officials in the criminal justice system. Beatrice and her family have no other recourse.

Beatrice then found an attorney to help her through the problem. Beatrice filed a suit against the City of Prescott Valley, Salt River Project, and the Salt River Project.

Beatrice claimed that she was allowed to know the inmates in the county jail, and that she was allowed to go into the Arizona State Prison but was not allowed to go to her son’s visitation. She was also denied visitation rights. She was not allowed to go to the Arizona state prison, but was allowed to go to the Arizona state prison on a Sunday. There was no visitation right and she was also denied a cellphone to call her son.